There isn’t happening much, but the depressing atmosphere really gets to you.
I didn’t get the relationship between the characters as well. It’s like boom! Lust! Sex! More sex!
And why is she so obsessed with his peppermint breath?
But there is more. Something I didn’t expect and which I found to be executed poorly, too
And her nonchalance wasn’t believable. Sprinkle Mary Sue on top of this and you get AJ.
The sexual tension is palpable and doesn’t seem forced. Love and trust on the other hand… I don’t know.
The third time is the charm, right? Well, not really in this case.
If I had to summarize this book, I wouldn’t hesitate one second: UST.
I liked how subspace was handled (especially the sub drop part of the story) and how the dom’s side is featured as well.
I love the fake relationship trope (we all have our guilty pleasures)